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You now own access to our webinar, "Drab to Fab: How to Create a Smokin' Hot Employment Brand," which you can watch on this page. It also contains the slidesdecks we used during the webinar and a few other things you may find helpful.

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Asking your Marketing Department to create content for you isn’t enough to land your next great employee. With almost 20 years of HR experience, J.T. O’Donnell, founder & CEO of CAREEREALISM, has the expertise to fit it all together for you. To book a consultation, email us or call 1 (603) 926-2800.

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